“Moderate” Muslim Leader Preaches for Followers to “Fight the Jews and Kill Them” because a “Caliphate” is Coming

This is just the kind of message you want to hear being preached in your local community mosque, right?

Where the so-called “moderate” preacher is busy reciting Muslim scripture that explicitly calls on ALL Muslims to “fight the Jews and kill them!” Ambiguous, right? It could go either way. Maybe this is just hyperbole for being kind to your neighbors? I’m not sure how it could mean anything other than “kill the Jews” but i’m sure some politically correct liberal somewhere has an answer.

The simple truth is that no matter whether or not a Muslim is “extreme” or “moderate” they all hold the Islamic scriptures as sacred, and the Islamic scriptures clearly, and repeatedly teach them to subjugate the infidel (that’s us) and to kill the Jews.

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This latest sermon from a Muslim imam in Copenhagen, Denmark simply reminds us that Islam (all of Islam) is anti-Semitic and anti anyone who is not a Muslim.

MEMRI TV has the heart of the story:

At a Friday sermon delivered at the Al-Faruq Mosque in Copenhagen, Denmark, preacher Mundhir Abdallah cited the antisemitic hadith according to which the Muslims wil kill the Jews on Judgment Day, and said that there would soon be a Caliphate, which would “wage Jihad against its enemies,” “liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Zionists,” and “uproot the Jewish entity, that colonialist and Crusader base.” The sermon, delivered on March 31, was posted on the YouTube page of Al-Faruq Mosque on May 7.

Transcript:

Mundhir Abdallah: “(Soon there will be) a Caliphate, which will instate the shari’a of Allah and revive the Sunna of His Prophet, which will wage Jihad for the sake of Allah, which will unite the Islamic nation after it disintegrated, and which will liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Zionists, so that the words of the Prophet Muhammad will be fulfilled: ‘Judgement Day will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them. The Jews will hide behind the rocks and the trees, but the rocks and the trees will say: ‘Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.’ The rightly-guided state, which will instate the shari’a of Allah, will unite the servants of Allah, will revive the Islamic nation, will wage Jihad against its enemies, will liberate Jerusalem, and will uproot the Jewish entity, that colonialist and Crusader base – that rightly-guided state will soon come to be, Allah willing.”

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